17 Soldiers, 4 Militants Killed In Uri Terror Attack

The initial investigation by the Army in the Uri attack that claimed the lives of seventeen jawans indicates the role of Jaish-e-Mohammed, a Pakistan based terrorist group.
Speaking to media after the attack, Director General of Military Operations (DGMO) Lt Gen Ranbir Singh said that he has spoken to his Pakistani counterpart regarding the incident as weapons recovered from the slain terrorists had Pakistan marking.
“Foreign terrorists were behind the attack. Our initial reports indicate the role of JeM. Four AK 47, 4 Under Barrel Grenade Launchers and other war like stores were recovered from the four terrorists who were killed. All the weapons had Pakistan marking,” said Singh.

[jwplayer 3BUkB8iW] The initial investigation by the Army in the Uri attack that claimed the lives of seventeen jawans indicates the role of Jaish-e-Mohammed, a Pakistan based terrorist group. Speaking to media after the attack, Director General of Military Operations (DGMO) Lt Gen Ranbir Singh said that he has spoken to his Pakistani counterpart regarding the incident as weapons recovered from the slain terrorists had Pakistan marking. “Foreign terrorists were behind the attack. Our initial reports indicate the role of JeM. Four AK 47, 4 Under Barrel Grenade Launchers and other war like stores were recovered from the four terrorists who were killed. All the weapons had Pakistan marking,” said Singh.